Since everyone on the Trannisphere has gone all Introspective White Emo Ranger I suppose I'd better join into.
Now the evenings are lighter, I've been able to start walking to work again. Which unfortunately gives me lots of time to think. Today I was musing on something Lara blogged about.
On Saturday I went out in the city, and ended up in my local tranny-friendly pub en homme.
The place wasn't very busy, but none of the regulars gave me a second look, and apart from the barstaff, I didn't really interact with anyone apart from the friends I was with (we chatted to the smokers while waiting for a taxi, but that was it).
When I go as Pandora, I banter with the DJ, have a joke to the bar staff, and get random strangers stopping by for a natter.
As I thought about it more, I realised that whenever I've been in regular pubs, people mainly keep to themselves (with a few exceptions). But when I'm Pandora, even in provincial town pubs, people are mostly friendly, and many will come over for a talk. The guys to congratulate me on my "bravery", and the girls to have a gossip and ask where where I got my top or shoes from.
There are generally only a few tossers, and they tend to stay outside in large herds for moral support. Sadly one comment from this lot can undo a whole week of confidence.
Although being Pan makes my confidence soar, and allows me to be more assertive. I really need to dress up and go out more!
So what conclusion can we draw from this? Obviously:
"Trannies make every social gathering better"!
4 days ago